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MarketWatch MarketPulseJul 05, 2022
Arms Index shows stock market's selloff is relatively calm
The Arms Indexes for both the New York Stock Exchange and the Nasdaq exchange are showing that investors are behaving in a relatively calm fashion despite the steep declines in the market indexes. The Arms is a volume-weighted breadth measure that is used to depict the intensity of selling and buying in declining and advancing stocks, by comparing the ratio of advancing stocks to declining stocks to the ratio of advancing volume to declining volume. The Arms tends to rise above 1.000 when stocks fall, with many believing readings above 2.000 depict panic-like selling behavior. But while the Dow Jones Industrial Average was down 695 points, or 2.2% in morning trading, the S&P 500 was losing 2.0% and the Nasdaq Composite was falling 1.1%, the NYSE Arms was up to just 1.191 and the Nasdaq Arms was actually down to 0.698 according to FactSet. That comes as the ratio of the number of declining stocks to advancers was 4.4-to-1 on the NYSE and 1.9-to-1 on the Nasdaq, while the ratio of volume in declining stock to advancing volume was 5.2-to-1 on the Big Board and 1.3-to-1 on the Nasdaq.

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Washington Post BusinessJul 05, 2022
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MarketWatch MarketPulseJul 05, 2022
Spread between 2- and 10-year Treasury yields briefly falls below zero for first time since June 14
A widely followed indicator of the economic outlook briefly flashed a recession warning on Tuesday as fears of a downturn continued to grip markets. The spread between 2- and 10-year yields briefly fell below zero Tuesday morning for the first time since June 14, driven by a bigger decline in the 10-year rate than in the 2-year yield. Investors piled into the safety of government bonds amid a selloff in stocks that sent Dow industrials down by more than 600 points. An inversion of the 2s10s spread is considered to be a reliable indicator of a recession, albeit with a lag.

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CNBC FinanceJul 05, 2022
Dow falls 600 points as Wall Street grapples with recession concerns
Stocks were lower on Tuesday morning after the major averages finished another losing week.

MarketWatchJul 05, 2022
Market Snapshot: Dow drops nearly 700 points after long weekend as dollar rallies to 19-year high
Traders appear reluctant to make bullish bets ahead of Fed minutes, jobs data and corporate earnings season.

The Motley FoolJul 05, 2022
Tech Sell-Off: 1 Dirt-Cheap Nasdaq Stock Down 50% to Buy Right Now
This tech stock is too cheap to ignore considering its solid prospects.

Google Business NewsJul 05, 2022
Stock Futures Fall in Choppy Trading - WSJ - The Wall Street Journal
Stock Futures Fall in Choppy Trading - WSJ  The Wall Street JournalStock futures fall after another losing week on Wall Street  CNBCStocks Gain as China Tariff Talks Boost Sentiment: Markets Wrap  BloombergS&P, Nasdaq, Dow Jones futures dip as yield curve inverts again  Seeking Alpha5 things to know before the stock market opens Tuesday  CNBCView Full Coverage on Google News

Google Market NewsJul 05, 2022
Minneapolis July Fourth shooting: 8 injured at Boom Island Park - USA TODAY
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USA Today MoneyJul 04, 2022
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Wall Street Journal US BusinessJul 03, 2022
China's Slowdown Could Tamp Down Global Inflation
Growth in the world's second-largest economy has tumbled this year as Covid-19 outbreaks triggered mass lockdowns and business closures. But there could be a silver lining for the rest of the world. - China, Economy & TradeJun 28, 2022
European stocks edge higher as traders assess slowdown implications
Moves follow signs of Covid quarantine restrictions being eased in China and ahead of the quarter-end
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